No it wont, just give you more maintenance keeping the after market filters clean
If you ride off-road a lot, stock or not, you'd want to check & clean/replace your air filter sooner than the suggested interval. But if all you do is ride pavement you can perform your maintenance every 9K miles which isn't considered that much "more" than stock IMO. I think stock is...every 12K? I forget.
Besides, it's cheaper to clean than to replace and provides better air flow. However, I will say this...in my experience, there are more downsides than upsides to upgrading the filters. Such as it allows too much airflow (some times the filters will allow more dirt & grime through than stock), oil residues, and cleaning & oiling the filter is a PITA.
Storytime: back in late '96, Honda had just redesigned and released their new 1997 Honda Prelude. I was one, if not the first, of few owners when they released it. I immediately took it to AEM and asked them to use my car to build a cold air-intake for the new Preludes. I recall the owner asking me if I plan on racing it. I said no, and that it was going to be a daily driver plus I just wanted to increase HP. He replied, "yeah we can do that but there is nothing better than stock" and went on to explain the benefits of leaving it stock. When he said this I was
and confused. Why would a reputable aftermarket company say such blasphemy?!!! Fast forward 16 yrs, I understand what he meant.
Let's just say if you're not racing professionally, pushing the limits of your stock parts, and/or at the front of the pack looking for that back-to-back championship
it's not worth it.
With that said, I will say this...gad dang those aftermarket parts look & sound good!!!